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#2170 - Saturday, June 11, 2005 - Editor: Gloria Lee
The wisest men
follow their own direction.
"Forget the known, but remember that you are the knower. Don't be all
the time immersed in your experiences. Remember that you are beyond
the experiencer, ever unborn and deathless."
~ Sri Nisargadatta
posted to A Net of Jewels
need is already within you, only you must approach yourself
with reverence and love.
Self-condemnation and self-distrust are grievous errors...all I plead
with you is this: make love of yourself perfect."
~ Sri Nisargadatta
From the book, "Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life With the Heart
of a Buddha," published by Bantam.
posted by Anipanchen to Daily Dharma
with fishing rod
Smiling from calm blue
across deep green
I pass and ask if trees
always were so tall
Was every plant a universe
a star, a home?
at this hour
in the proper size
poem and more photos by Alan Larus from: http://www.ferryfee.com/bluesky/evening_hour.htm
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Om purnamadah, purnamidam purnat purnamudacyate
Punasya purnamadaya purnamevavasisyate
This is complete, that is complete;
From completeness completeness came forth;
Taking completeness from completeness;
Adding completeness to completeness,
Completeness alone remains.
Here are a few words that came through!
There is nothing expected from you.
I am simply grateful if you're willing to receive this.
You are all in me in Love.
sweep the sky
in your veins,
a dark river
without the moon
a patient river
on the lake bottom,
a pale moon
staring at the stars
in my tea cup,
a star struck moon waiting
for the other half
kiss me moon
with your whisper
and pass me by
come back, moon...
what will i write about
later, the moon
will sink into darkness
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